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Oct262015

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GEMCITY Engineering and Manufacturing (GEM) has been providing manufacturing services for 79 years. Our 250 employees working in our three operations: Bangkok Thailand; Philadelphia, PA; and our headquarters located in Dayton, OH manufacture where we custom-make engineered equipment and provide contract manufacturing services.

Oct222015

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As Chief Operating Officer at Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA), the industry’s leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles, I am humbled and honored to employ thousands of employees across North America. In my adopted home in the Carolinas, I am proud to employ over 6,000 workers in the daily manufacturing of the most technologically advanced vehicles on the road today.

Oct222015

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Last week, Commerce Deputy Secretary Bruce Andrews led a United States delegation to Tbilisi, Georgia, to reinforce the U.S. commitment to expanding the overall cooperation and economic partnership with Georgia. The delegation included the State Department’s Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Energy Resources Bob Ichord and USAID Deputy Assistant Administrator Jonathan Katz.

Oct222015

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October is National Seafood Month and across the country markets and restaurants are serving up delicious seafood choices from sustainable U.S. fisheries. Recently, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced that consumers can now access www.FishWatch.gov—a national database on sustainable seafood—anytime, anywhere, and on any device.

Oct202015

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Manufacturing Day (MFG DAY) is a "big deal" in Florida and for the Florida Advanced Technological Education Center (FLATE). Manufacturers all across the state have enthusiastically and energetically embraced this national effort to broadcast manufacturing industry's good news: "A career in manufacturing is good for you and your community.

Oct202015

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Last week, U.S. Commerce Deputy Secretary Bruce Andrews made his first official trip to the Netherlands. He discussed the mutual benefits of an even stronger transatlantic ecosystem amid the current digital revolution, which presents opportunities to deepen the already substantial economic partnership between the United States and the Netherlands.

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